The Nordic Watercolour Museum is showing a solo exhibition of watercolours, drawings and textiles by Andreas Eriksson. The large, monochrome tapestries are part of an ongoing series, which apart from a few individual works are being shown for the first time in Sweden. Water and pigment are transformed into textile patterns that arise through different degrees of density and floating weave. Two artistic temperaments – the fast watercolour and the slow technique of weaving – blend together and become one.
Today 11 am–4 pm